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Museo del Calcio

Viale Aldo Palazzeschi 20, 50135, Florence, Italy
+39 055 600526
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The Temple of Italian Soccer

Do you know that soccer was born in Florence? Nowadays you can see the soccer origins (dating from... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2018
Selvatica67
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Florence, Italy
immeasurable experience

All football lovers will never forget the visit experienced in this National Italian Football... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2015
Martin M
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Florence, Italy
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The Football Museum is located in Firenze in the training center of Coverciano, the technical headquarters of the FIGC, the Italian Football Association. The Museum gives the opportunity to relive the history of the Italian National team and of the Italian Football Federation thanks to a big collection of awards and jerseys: from the first world cup won in 1934, the second one won in 1938, the 1968 European cup, the 1982 world cup, until the last world championship won in Germany in 2006. The Museum hosts also a collection of relics and mementos of International stars, who wrote the history of football. Some rarities as the jersey of Pelé from the 1970 World Cup and the jersey of Maradona from the 1986 World Cup. The Football Museum offers also the opportunity to visit the training center of Coverciano, the house of the Azzurri.
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11 Jul 2018
“The Temple of Italian Soccer”
27 May 2015
“immeasurable experience”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Viale Aldo Palazzeschi 20, 50135, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 11 July 2018

Do you know that soccer was born in Florence? Nowadays you can see the soccer origins (dating from the Renaissance) during games of "Calcio storico fiorentino" (a game which is nearer to rugby) between may and june in Piazza Santa Croce...but our Temple of Italian...More

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Reviewed 27 May 2015

All football lovers will never forget the visit experienced in this National Italian Football Museum. There are like 3 storeys full of memorabilia of all World cups till the last one of 2014. You get to see a replica of the 1934 World cup and...More

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Reviewed 10 May 2015

A MUST for all Italian football followers. This museum is all about the Italian National team . There is a fee of 5 euro as entrance and you are in for a grand walk through Italian National team victories including 4 world cups. You also...More

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